Apple Fritter Bread
Apple Fritter Bread is filled with chopped apples, a cinnamon sugar mixture with nuts (optional), a wonderful tasting loaf and topped with glaze. It tasted delicious and is the perfect bread for the fall.
To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.
Yummy! Well, I’m sure it can be the perfect spring bread as well 😋.
Haha anytime would be perfect for me. Thanks!
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Thank you so much but I still can’t bring up your site????
Amazing! Thank you, Diane! I hope you had a nice celebrations of your anniversary, and a wonderful weekend! xx Michael
Thank you Michael it was my parents anniversary and it was a wonderful weekend. ❤️
Love, love, love Apple Fritter bread. I found a recipe last fall and everyone in my family loves it. I will have to check out your recipe and see if it is the same.
It is definitely a keeper! This was the first time I had ever had Apple Fritter Bread.
Thanks so much for sharing! 💕
What a beautiful bread! The texture looks amazing, and I can taste the apples from here!
It was really good!!! I need to make it again. It tasted more like a dessert to me. Thank you Dorothy!
Looks delicious! You could also teach your own class!
That would be so much fun and I have actually thought about it. If I knew more about computers I would do it on line. Health Department restrictions are so strict here that I changed my mind about doing it here. My husband is a retired health inspector!
You are already spreading cooking joy and lessons through your blog. The rest is cherry on top. And that’s hilarious about your husband’s former profession. At least you know you’ll be doing it to code!
I use to set up a craft tent at fairs and festivals on weekends. I decided to sell my cookies. I would sell out on Saturday and rush home to make more for Sunday. It was fun but after a day long festival/fair I was exhausted to come home and bake some more. What I would really love to do is to figure out how to publish cookbooks to sell on my website. Maybe when my daughter graduates and gets her nurse practitioner degree in June next year. Right now we watch the grandkids so much I don’t even have time to read up on it.
I always thought you have such great content on your website that’s already sitting there that you can repurpose into a cookbook. The good news is that the Internet has opened up new possibilities for self publishing. And it is most certainly never too late to learn how to do it! I bet it’ll be fun to recreate some of your recipes for the book!
June will be here before you know it and your daughter can return the favour by helping you research this new endeavor of yours!
Oh I love the way you think! 💕
Looks so scrumptious 😋
Thank you! ❤️
Yum! (trying to grab a slice from off my laptop screen..) 🙂
Thank you but you will want more than one! 😂
Oh that looks yummy Diane … even as I get ready to go to bed, I could chow down on it. 🙂
This was dangerously good Linda, one I didn’t really want to share but I did. Thank you!
I enjoy pumpkin, in moderation, but I think your apple treats are made for fall.
I’m with you, I love pumpkin pie, pumpkin roll and pumpkin cookies but that’s it. Apples and fall just go together.